Labelmaster says 2009 catalog contains hundreds of new products

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Labelmaster, a manufacturer of regulatory compliance products, says its newly released 2009 Catalog features hundreds of new products, including labels, forms, placards, shipping supplies, signs and books, as well as a sustainability product line.

The new “Sustainability Section” features recyclable labels, 100 percent recycled paper labels, soy-based ink forms, recyclable and reusable placards, recyclable packaging, green pallets and bins, recyclable shipping supplies, recycling signs, and water and waste management.

Customer-driven product charts and tabs are incorporated to help improve and enhance the buying experience by making product selection faster and easier. The 25 adhesive tabs are color-coded by product line for ease of use. Users will be able to flag pages with the pre-printed tabs to help find and reference products quickly. Blank tabs can be utilized to create user-specific product selections and references. A Product Index helps provide a quick reference to help locate needed information more easily.

To simplify product selection, Labelmaster says its 2009 Catalog includes three new charts:

  • The Security Seals Chart outlines product specifications, suggested usage and product information when selecting a security seal;
  • The UN Packaging Guide details packaging descriptions, packing group, specific gravity and box size for UN Packaging requirement selection; and
  • The Spill Chart facilitates choosing spill control products with product description, outside dimensions, static load capacity and containment capacity.
  • The company says the 576-page catalog, with thousands of products to choose from, includes labels, forms, placards and placarding systems, transportation, packaging, spill control, shipping supplies, facility management and material handling, workplace safety, signs, and books and training.

    To receive a complementary copy of the 2009 Catalog, call 800-621-5808 or fax 800-723-4327. The catalog also can be requested online at or by e-mailing [email protected].